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Paging Media

By Molly E. Holzschlag | September 12th, 2003 | Filed in CSS

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As many WaSP readers are aware, CSS3 is modularized. Part of the benefit of this is that each module can be worked on independently, placing focus on the development of those options that are proving especially useful without having to revise an entire draft.

This week, the W3C announced an update to the CSS3 Working Draft Module for Paged Media, adding rich features including pagination, margins, headers, footers, footnotes and cross-referencing. There’s a great diagram in the page model section of the draft that will help you see how paged media is being modeled at this point in the module’s history.

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